Yes, networks in the future will be programmable, but that doesn’t mean we all have to become application developers tomorrow.
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Introducing the The Cisco RV325
If you are looking for more ports in the same enclosure, take a look at the RV325 Small Business router.
Expert to Expert:
How do I reset a PIMG/TIMG to the factory defaults?
This procedure, by Scott Hills and Tim Tesluk, explains how to reset a PIMG or TIMG in order to access, program, and finally put into production a device whose password may have been lost. > Learn how
What do YOU want to ask a TAC engineer? Send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. If we publish an answer to your question, you'll see your name in print, impress your friends, and get some free stuff too!
Internet Routing Table Growth Causes %ROUTING-FIB-4-RSRC_LOW Message on Trident-Based Line Cards
This document tries to reduce the number of service requests opened for a common problem caused by growth of the Internet routing table: a Trident-based line card reaches its prefix limit, the message %ROUTING-FIB-4-RSRC_LOW occurs, and there is traffic loss on the line cards. > Find out how
Using TRILL, FabricPath, and VxLANs
Virtualization has dramatically improved utilization within the datacenter: now, TRILL and FabricPath overlays can do the same for data center networks. This Chalk Talk, by Cisco expert Sanjay Hooda, explains how you can use them to distribute data traffic far more effectively, utilizing virtually all of your network links. > Find out more
New Cisco Product Documentation Available Online
Check the January release for information about the latest documentation releases for Cisco products including Cisco NCS 2002 and NCS 2006, Cisco ONS, and Cisco Prime Collaboration. View the latest release of "What's New in Cisco Product Documentation" online or as an RSS feed today.
The Support API Lineup Expands
Want access to more vital support information without having to visit Cisco.com? Then explore our suite of Support APIs [Application Programming Interfaces], which let you pull Cisco data into your internal systems on demand. Find out more
UPDATE: Sharing Files with TAC via FTP
Please be aware that using Support Case Manager's Attach Files feature is the preferred method to share files with TAC by uploading files directly to your support case. However, if you use the alternate FTP method to attach files to your support case, please note the upload directory has changed from ftp.cisco.com /incoming to ftp.cisco.com /incoming /TAC. Get the details
Autonomic Networking from Theory to Practice
The fact that few network operators have heard about Autonomic Networking doesn't mean it's not there. Read the blog
Cisco Support Community at Cisco Live Milan 2014!
Stop by the World of Solutions in the Cisco Learning Services booth to say hello, talk with us about your experience on the Cisco Support Community and have the opportunity to also meet some of our Cisco Designated VIPs! While you're there, enter drawings to win prizes. Check us out
New technical documents written by Cisco TAC personnel or documents with major updates (italicized titles) published December 1 - 31, 2013
See a list of new and updated Security Advisories.
Access the latest training materials to help you study for your Cisco Certification exams. This month on the Cisco Learning Network live SDN Seminars, CCENT/CCNA Exam Preparation tips from Wendell Odom and more IT Training Videos on-demand. Check out our list of IT Training Videos & Seminars today!
We are thrilled to announce the expansion of our knowledge sharing programs by adding live physical interactive Meetup events!
Our first Cisco Support Community Meetup Event was on November 13, 2013. In the first part of the event, Senior Manager Vidhya Srinivasan covered the Cisco Support Community offerings while during the second part of the event the topic was - How to Simplify Your Data Center with Cisco Unified Computing System.